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Glass Hammer


Symphonic Prog

4.00 | 97 ratings

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5 stars Skallagrim is an unique kind of sound that is atypical of Glass Hammer, at least from most of their work, and it's great! I love all of Glass Hammers albums, especially Lex Rex, but this "adventure" into a harder sound is fabulous. The new primary lead singer Hannah Pryor is a welcomed change from Susie B. , who seemed limited in regards to her vocal range and had become seemingly "boring" over the years (no offense or disrespect intended, since she excelled in earlier times), giving the band a fresh presentation that will most certainly gain attention and result in great reviews. As far of sound influences, I would name Rush as the primary, as well as Uriah Heep, Black Sabbath (yep, at least on one, maybe 2 tracks), Van Halen, Motorpsycho, Kansas, and even a little bit of Alan Parsons. As usual, well done Steve and Fred (along with the rest of the band). So glad to know you both love Christ and continue to exercise your God-given talents resulting in the enjoyment of many others.
badgeradk | 5/5 |


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